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October 30, 2014

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Thursday, October 30, 2014 (Ql [ p 4c. pllglll ra ,.ge lilr er l-'agc it I U ODon't eat candy before you get home; let your parents check it. OChildren should accept treats only at the doorway. ONever enter a stranger's home. ONever invite children to enter your home. OChildren should never accept rides from strangers. OChildren should never take short cuts through backyards or alleyways. OSet a time limit for your children to be out on Halloween night. OChildren should travel in groups of 3-5 people. OAdults should escort children while they trick-or-treat. c i@ore #ax 91ccounting Service q-'ax Preparation &" Bookkeeping (334) 295-8700 110 8th tve. West:, Linden, 91(36748 OAdult escorts and children should carry flashlights if possible. OAll fruit should be discarded unless you know the source is safe. OKeep pets inside your home, or another safe place, on Halloween night. OChildren should walk and never run during trick-or-treating. OParents should know what route their children are taking within the neighbor- hood. Make Your Gifts Personalized at Sunshine Cleaners! Monagrams available for School Logos, Beach Bags, Towels Much More! ! ii q4-av e a s ale q-la llowe e n ! OAll costumes should be made of light colored, fire-proof, preferably reflector- ized material. OProps such as toy guns or swords should be made of pliable material. ORealistic replica firearms should NEVER be used. !~j Kristy Braswell !~ ~7~ Branch Manager 1060 Bailey Drive r emo o.s, ii 334-289-253 1 ii t{ealthCare Toll Free: 888-285-2531 ; Wr~'ittg l~21derly and i~i Di.sabl~,d hzdividuals L{, ~vithin oHr Cotnrnunity www .helpathome. cona/oxford OMasks should only be worn if they are properly fitted and provide unobstructed breathing and visibility. OChildren should always use sidewalks and not the streets for walking. OChildren should look in all directions before crossing the street. Haunted House Marengo Nursing Home needy families. Masonic Lodge #49 & Order of Eastern Star #51 will sponser a Haunted House from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. each night, in the Lodge Hall, located The residents and staff are excited about kids coming to Trick-R- on Hwy 80 East across from Parr's Chevron Treat with them on October 31, 2014 from the hours of 5:30 p.m.- 7:30 p.m. Kids under the age of 12 are welcome to enjoy the fun Station in Demopolis. Admission is $4 per per- son. Proceeds will benefit local charities and with us. Please make sure they have their bags or pumpkins ready to be filled with treats. Marlowe Electric 2206 South Main St. - Linden, AL 36748 Jimmy Waiters Cell 334-217-0622 Turn to the Experts7 Office 334-295-1904 HAPPY HALLOWEEN 1898 Hwy 43 South Demopolis, Ala. Residential Commercial (334) 289-5500 Safety Carp 289-2567 pettus St. Demopolis Happy Halloween 3352: l T~om~vlle. ~'~,we (334)S3~36 Oa4) 21ff-l:;t O 3 10 Sws t Water, pros P;d-4113 L